It's taken longer than it should have, but news of the Olivier Parmesan & Asiago Dip recall is finally reaching consumers across the United States. And now the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has also issued a Health Hazard Alert, warning Canadian consumers that the product is at risk of contamination from Clostridium botulinum.
According to the CFIA news release, the affected products have been distributed through Williams-Sonoma stores in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Williams-Sonoma is initiating a voluntary recall of the products from its Canadian stores. The agency asks all Canadian consumers to check their kitchens for the recalled products, as they may also have been distributed through other retail locations across Canada.
So, why haven't we seen a press release yet from Williams-Sonoma?